Bringing Work in Bed Affects Sleep
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Surely it goes without saying that working even when you are already on your bed will be another reason for an individual having less sleep. With a laptop or a mobile device by your bedside, chances are a person would be tempted to check on his email or maybe compose something or two if you are a blogger or a writer.
Such was found through a research who study work habits which reveal that people are now accustomed to using their devices even while they are already on the verge of hitting the sack.
Half of 1,000 workers polled this year by Good Technology, a Sunnyvale, Calif., mobile-security software company, said they read or respond to work emails from bed. A study of 329 British workers found nearly 1 in 5 employees spends two to 10 hours a week working from bed, according to the 2009 poll by Credant Technologies, a London-based data-security company.
Hearing about people having sleep issues to their devices is nothing new. But given the rising release of new mobiles and gadgets, if you are among them then you may want to address the issue of avoiding them – at least for about 6 to 8 hours to recharge yourself.